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Court date finally set for death in detention Haffejee inquest

Another apartheid-era death will be investigated after NPA pressured to finally act

Why SA extradited Chang to Mozambique rather than the US

Bundling him off to the US would threaten Mozambique’s security and spoil the pan-Africanist agenda

Ferdi Barnard released on parole

Anti-apartheid activist David Webster’s killer is now a free man after more than two decades behind bars

Court dismisses Chang’s bid to have Masutha decide where he should be extradited to

Chang was arrested at OR Tambo International Airport on December 30 on a warrant issued by authorities in the US

Resuscitation of SIU tribunal ‘a breath of fresh air’ — Masutha

The minister was speaking at a media briefing on Bosasa contracts and other irregular contracts within the justice and correctional services portfolio

Masutha announces suspension of official following probe into Bosasa contract

This follows an internal probe into the irregular procurement of the services of Global Technology Solutions, formerly Bosasa

Masutha to shed light on Bosasa contracts

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha is expected to speak about his department’s contracts with embattled company Bosasa

Politics tops questions for NDPP job

It was the panel’s chief concern and might have cost some of the candidates their chances

Cele promises to rid Westbury of gangsters

The police minister has promised a patrolling unit would start their work on the streets of Westbury so the residents can 'sleep better at night'

Editorial: Make SA safe for children

The current public scrutiny on the levels of violence against children is welcome but we cannot mistake it for action

Masutha, UAE ambassador sign extradition treaty

In a statement, the justice department said negotiations over the treaty between the two countries began in February 2010

South Africa and the ICC: It’s not too late to change course

Remaining in the International Criminal Court would demonstrate real commitment to victims of the gravest crimes

No blanket amnesty decision on #FeesMustFall students — USaf

Usaf says varsities have no jurisdiction over cases where students were charged and guilty of criminal activities by a court of law

Justice ministry, students to work together on #FeesMustFall criminal charges

A student committee will be established to work with the justice minister on a plan to grant amnesty to student protesters who face criminal charges

Students demand presidential pardon for #FeesMustFall charges

Students who face years in prison for criminal charges related to #FeesMustFall protests are asking for amnesty

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VBS case delays cause massive frustration

A certificate is needed from the head of the NPA for more arrests to be made

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